Recently, Chris Hayes interviewed ACLU lawyer Chase Strangio, who not only denied the reality of biological sex, but also denied believing in the U.S. Constitution. Previous to this interview with Hayes, Strangio has spoken out against free speech. An ACLU lawyer who does not uphold the Constitution or free speech! Yet Hayes did not comment or challenge this, nor the denial of the scientific reality of biological sex. Hayes has been approached to cover alternative views and has not, thus violating journalistic ethics which require journalists “to ensure the free exchange of information that is accurate, fair and thorough.”
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Demand that Chris Hayes responsibly challenge guests such as ACLU lawyer Chase Strangio, who does not believe in the U.S. Constitution or free speech and that Hayes fulfill his journalistic ethics by platforming guests who provide accurate and thorough information regarding the scientific reality of biological sex.
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